Anyone bringing green beans? That seems a traditional dish. At least in my family it was. That and that carrot with raisins and marshmallow salad, whatever it was called. There was another jello, whipped cream and mandarian orange salad my granny used to make which she called "ambrosia". That was something that only appeared at Thanksgiving, I'm not sure why.
Well, gotta go stuff that turkey! Yum! See ya tomorrow!! Anyone need directions?
Go to Hilo, head towards Waimea. After the Minute Stop in the middle of nowhere (somewhere around the twenty something mile marker, I think) then go through one more gulch, as you come out of it, take the first right turn. Then the next right turn. Follow that road to the end, that's the big pavilion and you are there!
We will start gathering around noonish, there will be croquette and sand volleyball (bring a volleyball) and covered picnic tables. We are hoping to have some drinks and puupuus out while setting up and chatting and such. We more or less eat the official Thanksgiving day dinner at twoish and it goes on from there.
A hui hou!